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Adam F7 Active Monitor (Student Version)

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**student version*** please note, you can only purchase this model if you are a student and can prove your education status at the point of purchase. We will contact you to obtain proof after you place your order.

The F7 is the bigger of the near field monitors in the brand new F series and has been designed for listening environments with a larger space. The F models feature a newly designed version of ADAM's highly acclaimed ART tweeter. Slightly smaller than the X-ART tweeter, it is the next step in this continuous evolution in tweeter design. (Please see page 7 for more information.) As the name suggests, the F7 sports a 7" woofer made from carbon and paper and a 25 mm voice coil. Despite the size of both the woofer as well as the cabinet, the F7 is capable of an astounding deep yet tight bass response. Several controls to adjust the monitors to the environment are located on the rear panel: 2 room EQ's for both the high (>5kHz) and the low (<300kHz)

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  • new ART tweeter
  • 7" carbon/paper-midwoofer
  • tweeter: 40W (rms) A/B amplification
  • woofer: 60W (rms) A/B amplification
  • automatic stand-by
  • gain and 2 shelf filters on the rear panel
  • 44Hz - 50kHz
  • XLR combo (jack) RCA connectors
  • 113dB max peak SPL per pair
  • H x W x D: 321 x 225 x 266 mm
  • 9 kg
  • 2 years warranty
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